Neuroplasticity following anterior cruciate ligament injury

What interventions can we utilise to counteract the neuroplastic changes following ACL injury?

Underlying changes within the nervous system have recently become more evident following an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury. Therefore, clinicians must also consider interventions to mitigate any concurrent neuroplastic changes along with the well-established biomechanical alterations that occur post-injury. The following article establishes a link between dynamic movement mechanics, neurocognition, and visual processing regarding ACL injury adaptations and injury risk.


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